AMCC 3 arrived this morning at my condo in Churchville, NY at 11:29 AM, after being shipped from Kelowna, B.C. on July 27, 11:14 AM . That's exactly one week earlier than the Canadian P.O. projected ! Coins that I've won from CNG in Lancaster,PA (290 miles from where I live) usually take longer than that . Needless to say, I'm elated with the coins . Special thanks to Tom Callaway for putting together this impressive auction . Lot #311. This coin has the rare spelling error in the obverse inscription. biddr - Ancient and Medieval Coins Canada, Auction 3, lot 311. Constantius I as Caesar (293-305), AE follis, issued 297-8. Alexandria (3rd off.... Lot #310. This well struck coin has faint traces of silvering & a great portrait. biddr - Ancient and Medieval Coins Canada, Auction 3, lot 310. Maximianus, first reign (285-305), AE follis, issued 297-8. Heraclea, 10.05g, 28... Lot #304. Galerius as Caesar, Siscia Mint. biddr - Ancient and Medieval Coins Canada, Auction 3, lot 304. Galerius as Caesar (293-305), AE follis, issued 296. Siscia (1st off.), 9.33g, 2... I was very excited to get this well struck gem with lots of silvering . It is only the 2nd nummus in my collection from the Siscia Mint, & it pairs well with a nummus of Diocletian that I have from the same mint , see photo below. Diocletian, AD 284-305 (struck AD 294). Siscia Mint, 2nd Officina. Billon Nummus: 9.64 gm, 29 mm, 11 h. Sear 12778. This is the earliest nummus in my collection from Diocletian's currency reform of AD 294. Instead of identifying the mint in the exergue, as was done with later issues, the mint used an S in the left field. The 3 coins I won from AMCC 3, are Ex Caesar Augustus Collection. Photos # 311,310, & 304 from AMCC 3, are courtesy of Tom Callaway.